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'''Thorleif Schjelderupp-Ebbe''' was a [[Norway|Norwegian]] [[zoologist]] who discovered the [[pecking order]] of hens in the twentieth century.
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'''Thorleif Schjelderupp-Ebbe''' was a Norwegian zoologist who discovered the [[pecking order]] of hens in the twentieth century.
   
The [[dominance hierarchy]] of [[chicken]]s and other [[bird]]s that he studied led him to the conclusion that birds have a very specific, systematic way of deciding who gets the first chance to eat, and who has to wait.
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The [[dominance hierarchy]] of chickens and other birds that he studied led him to the conclusion that birds have a very specific, systematic way of deciding who gets the first chance to eat, and who has to wait.
 
 
[[Category:Zoologists|Schjelderupp-Ebbe, Thorleif]]
 

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Thorleif Schjelderupp-Ebbe was a Norwegian zoologist who discovered the pecking order of hens in the twentieth century.

The dominance hierarchy of chickens and other birds that he studied led him to the conclusion that birds have a very specific, systematic way of deciding who gets the first chance to eat, and who has to wait.

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